Thai Yoga Training With Gioconda

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Wanderlust Yoga Austin says
Are you interested in learning how to improve your skill at hands-on assisting in your classes? Would you like to incorporate some Thai Yoga into your sequencing to help your students learn to connect with each other in a playful and supportive way? Are you a massage therapist looking for new ways to help your clients access greater mobility, or to help them open up and breath before they get on your table for work?

Then this is the training you’ve been waiting for! Thai massage has been called “lazy man’s yoga” because many of the moves are assisted yoga poses. Learn the art of using your body weight and skillful action to compliment your client’s and student’s yoga practices. Master skills to create a safe learning environment for couples and friends to share this nurturing exchange with each other. Learn how to sequence this partner work into your flows for greatest benefit.

Over the course of two days, you will learn a connected series of Thai Yoga moves that can be combined to share as a partnered Thai Yoga class, or can be used individually to address specific needs for clients and students. You’ll leave with a new set of skills, the inspiration and confidence to share them, and a step by step manual to help you continue to learn and refine.

May 21st & 22nd
2pm - 6pm at Wanderlust Yoga Austin
Price $325 early registration (by May 1st); $350 late registration
***as a special we have decided to extend the early bird rate up to the weekend!
Class size limited to ensure quality of instruction---
Sign up early to reserve your spot!

Gioconda received her Thai Yoga training in Thailand while traveling in India & Southeast Asia in the fall of 2008. She fell in love with the practice and has used it as a tool with private clients for the past seven years. She has shared Thai Yoga through partnered classes, workshops and festivals since returning from her trip, and is excited to offer these skills in her first Thai Yoga weekend training. This class can be counted as continuing education credits through Yoga Alliance.
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By: Wanderlust Yoga Austin

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